ATMTC presents a celebration of API Heritage with a full lineup of API Heritage Month story times, interviews, and digital presentations. These online events honor the creativity, tradition, and innovation of the Asian Pacific Islander population and focus upon the impact they continue to make daily through their art. All presentations are free and available streaming live on Facebook.
ATMTC celebrates the arts and contributions from African-Americans with readings of family-friendly poetry and/or stories. These are followed by honest discussions about race, racism, how to express yourself, love, bullying, and pain.
ATMTC honors Pride Month with a message of hope from LGBTQ+ actors and performers in the Washington, DC area. This feature is inspired by the IT GETS BETTER Project.
ATMTC celebrates all the work developed during COVID and previews these works that will provide a rich pipeline of productions after the pandemic. Tune in for sneak peaks, creative presentations, and discussions of everything we’ve worked so hard on with special guest appearances!
ATMTC commemorates World Toilet Day throughout the weekend, beginning Thursday with a release of a music video titled “Let’s Talk about Poop.” This production features Philip Chung—playwright of upcoming production Poop: The Musical—and the Fairfax County Wastewater Management team.
ATMTC celebrates the new year with a digital production featuring a selection of songs from some its favorite performers: Justine Icy Moral*, Sarah Anne Sillers, Bekah Zornsa, Da’Von Moody, and Karen Vincent*. This special episode hopes to uplift children and families in every community and offer lighthearted joy in uncertain times with talent of local artists.
ATMTC takes a moment to reflect. 2020 was a challenging year, but not without joy and happiness. Artistic Director Chil Kong reminisces about the works of artists and actors we have featured in the past year. Join us in celebration of what we, as a community, have accomplished and in looking towards the future.
Knee-slapping and eyeroll-inducing jokes from a dad jokester extraordinaire ATMTC’s resident dad bard!
Our 2019-2020 season features an amazing team of female directors who are illustrating beautiful works that have never been seen on ATMTC’s stages. We are so excited to bring our perspective and energy to these productions based on familiar and beloved stories. We hope you are too!
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Get information about our accessible seating options and sensory-friendly and ASL interpreted public performances.
See the power of educational theatre as our students take center stage in our student shows.